KV F is located in the south branch off the southwest wadi. This rectangular tomb commencement was noted by Carter in the rear of the cleft forming the bottom of the water-fall channel in which KV 34 is cut. No details are given as to whether it was a shaft or stairwell.
To the west, Carter found four foundation deposit pits outlining a square. One of the deposits was intact and contained objects with the name of Thutmes III. Their proximity to KV F led Carter to believe that they were associated with that abandoned commencement.
This site was used during the following period(s):
The tomb was previously cleared by a team from the University of Basel.
Pinch-Brock, Lyla. Collisions, Abandonments, Alterations, Tomb Commencements/Pits, and Other Features in the Valley of the Kings. In: Richard H. Wilkinson and Kent R. Weeks (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of the Valley of the Kings. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. 117-134.
Reeves, Carl Nicholas. Valley of the Kings, The Decline of a Royal Necropolis. London: KPI, 1990. P. 172.
Thomas, Elizabeth. The Royal Necropoleis of Thebes. Princeton: privately printed, 1966. Pp. 139-141.
Weeks, Kent R. (ed.). Atlas of the Valley of the Kings (= Publications of the Theban Mapping Project. Cairo: American University in Cairo, 1). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2000. Map sheet 70.